I have searched around about winter rims for my upcoming Model 3, but haven't found the answer to my question. Can I get basic rims for winter use for my upcoming Model 3 (non-performance model)? My plan was to get a basic set of steel rims and have a decent set of winter tires on to them. I would use the stock rims and tires in the summer, then my basic rims and good winter tires in the winter. Sifting through the Model S forum, it seems that it is difficult to get cheap steel rims that size and weight rating which is why people still use alloys throughout the winter. I'm hoping with the lower price point, smaller wheel size and lighter vehicle weight of the Model 3 that it will be possible to mount something cheap and effective on there. Having never bought a set of rims before (my only car to date came with a set of mounted winter tires), I'm fairly ignorant as to how to size them and get proper weight ratings. I know we're on conjecture at the moment as final specs haven't been released, but I'm just looking for a ballpark cost (Canadian dollars) and if steel is possible or if I'll have to go alloy. I'm assuming that the final base model won't be a staggered set-up. For clarity, my goals here are: Get something that is easy on the pocket book to mount good winter tires on. I don't care about aesthetics. I don't care about driving performance (so long as they are safe, reliable and pothole resistant). I don't mind a minor range hit for the heavier rims. Thanks for any input you can provide!